London Plasmonics Forum 2020

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The 6th London Plasmonics Forum will be held online due to COVID-19

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Since the first meeting in 2015, the London Plasmonics Forum has become a must in the calendar for plasmonics researchers not only from London but also much further afield. The lockdown that many communities are facing around the world has made us rethink our meeting for 2020. We felt it is important to build on the momentum that we have created so we have decided to move the event online, which will open it up to even more plasmonics researchers.

Keynote Speaker: Professor Thomas Ebbesen

University of Strasbourg

The Alchemy of Vacuum

Digital poster Competition

We will be running an online poster competition on Twitter in the week leading up to the Forum. To enter, you need to select the correct ticket type (entry to the forum and poster competition). Posters must be submitted to by the end of the day on 5 June. We would also like to encourage people to submit a 1 min flash poster presentation to the same address.

As usual, the best poster prize will be awarded by the eminent jury. The winner will be announced at the end of the Forum (with the prize being sent by email).*


The event will be on Zoom; you must register on Eventbrite to participate in the forum.

You will be sent a Zoom link and further instructions a few days before the event starts.

* We reserve the right to cancel the digital poster competition if we do not receive the desired amount of entries, if this happens and you expressed an interest in entering, you will be informed of this by email.

If you have any questions about the event please email:

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